A Russian spy has been sensationally outed as a part time librarian, this week.
Yettislev Moyokovich, 36, is one of Russia's most famed agents, but in a shocking twist to the usual format of covert operative revelations, he has been discovered holding down a steady part time job as a librarian.
Russian officials are said to fuming.
An inside source told us "the bosses are angered that a high profile star like Moyokovich has been doubling as something so mundane as a librarian. They feel that our nation has been duped."
Moyokovich famously found things out about the USA in the early nineties, and he made headlines when he took photographs and overheard things in London in 2005.
The conversations between leaders of nations he listened in on about Iran, would have made your nose bleed, we are assured.
The second income was exposed when a high ranking official in the Russian government was sent a letter from the State library in Moscow, asking for late return fees to be settled. The letter was signed by Moyokovich, in what has been described as an oversight on the libraries behalf.
Moyokovich has been temporarily suspended from active duty while a complete investigation in to the affair is conducted.